Semi Automatic Bird Feeder...

Introduction: Semi Automatic Bird Feeder...

Hello,
everybody recognize this. Your kidney an liver especially. Well, this was two days ago.

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Step 1: Scissors

Bottles are empty. One got holes. The bigger one. With small nail curved scissors...smaller hole is made by glowing spike.

Step 2: All Parts

This is needed for the next step. Do you remember the first picture?

Step 3: New Bottle ?

Inside outside,  ... cover against rain - with nice red cup.

Step 4: Out

Sunflower grain inside. It shall last few days...
Near by are trees. And in the morning ... during day...on evening - birds.






Step 5: One Hour Later

...the first one...(to cheq)..

Step 6: It's Begun

and two...and ...

So, all together:  
Two days to  empty bottles...and
20 minutes to assemble feeder.

Sincerely yours,
Kresimir

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    13 Discussions

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    jeffalbertson

    that's such a neat idea! thanks for sharing. This looks pretty squirrel-proof to me, too. Just looking at the design, I wonder if it would be possible to make one for small birds only - one that perhaps tipped or rolled around if too large a bird perched on it?


    automatic feeder

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    ximemarin
    ximemarin

    9 years ago on Step 6

    THIS IS PRETTY, THANKS A LOT, ILL TRY SOOO HARD TO DO IT.... THANKS FOR YOUR BRIGHT IDEA AND LETS CONTINUE SAVING THE PLANET... LOOOL

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    lafnbear
    lafnbear

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Even pickier: I'd run right out & build one, but I don't think it would work in our area; most of our birds are full-auto... **grin**

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    KresimirPregernik
    KresimirPregernik

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    You shall be surprised how sharp birds eyes are...
    Atter few winters they learn and remember...:)

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    CaseyCase
    CaseyCase

    10 years ago on Introduction

     Nice recycling of materials into something useful--it's a good design.

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    XVIIarcano
    XVIIarcano

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I don't usually go nitpicking about grammar and spelling but you really want to label this instructable "Semi-automatic feeder" ;)

    BTW, is it even possible to rename an entry (I never tried)

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Even more picky - I would suggest semi-automatic bird feeder (please note the ee in feeder).

    I've added to your ke-words to make the project show up in more searches, but you are stuck with the original url, unless you can talk one of the admins into changing it for you.